Even laptops will experience breakthrough OLED displays – Image and sound – Science and technology

One of the few laptops with an OLED display is the Lenovo X1 Carbon.

Samsung will launch large-scale production of 14-inch OLED displays for laptops in March. For whom, they will produce them for now.

Consumers were able to get acquainted with OLED panels, which excel in their parameters and in which black is truly black, through smartphones, watches, but also televisions. The relatively high price remains a problem. While phones with an OLED display attack thousands of euros, this is no different with televisions. The paradox is that in laptops, the OLED panel hardly appears at all. Why? Again, because of its high price, which would significantly increase the selling price and cause such a laptop to be bought only by people who do not have deep in their pockets. Even Apple has not yet dared to produce a MacBook with an OLED display, because production costs and sales margin do not allow it.

However, it seems that the year 2021 may bring the first swallows in the segment of laptops with OLED display. According to The Verge server, Samsung Display has already announced mass production of the first 14-inch OLED displays for laptops with a 90 Hz refresh rate. Several large companies are reportedly interested in these displays. As the director of the Samsung Display division, Jo Sun Choi, was heard, the company should start producing displays in bulk as early as March. However, the details have not yet been released to the public and Samsung has been scrambling to announce the companies for which it will produce panels. However, it seems that OLED displays will first appear in laptops of competing brands, as Samsung will remain loyal to its own and cheaper QLED technology in 2021.

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